The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - New York Weekly v. 22, no. 44

Series: New York Weekly — v. 22 no. 44
Contents: Forsaken (Work)
A life at stake (Work, chapters 9-10)
Friendless and homeless (Work)
The old gun (Work)
The perverse invalid : a lesson for wayward wives (Work)
A death-bed story (Work)
American nation's song : after reading the great advertisement of "The American news company, nos. 119 and 121 Nassau Street, New York" (Work)
The heiress of Locust Hill (Work)
Baby Carrie (Work)
The burnt-mill farm : a story of England fifty years ago (Work, chapters 17-19)
Wild Redburn; or, The poisoner's daughter (Work, chapter 24)
Poor Carlotta (Work)
Grinder papers. Second series (Work, no. 23)
The doom of the outcast (Work)
"Passing away" (Work)
Literary fame (Work)
The rainbow (Work)
The doomed husband (Work)
The sewing girl (Work)
Date: September 19, 1867
Publisher: Street & Smith (New York: 11 Frankfort St.) -- United States of America
Edition Description: Also includes: Pleasant paragraphs (department), short filler items, publisher's advertisements, To correspondents (department), Items of interest (department), The Josh Billings papers (department), Doestick's letters (department), Our knowledge box (department).
Length: 8 pages

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